Parma, 2 February 2023 – The Crociate take on Pomigliano on Saturday 4 February 2023 at 14:30, however the location is still currently yet to be confirmed.

Below, we take a look at some stats ahead of the fixture with our Match Pack:

Pomigliano have lost their last two matches in the league (vs Juventus and Fiorentina); the Campania-based team have only twice racked up three losses in a row in Serie A: in the first three games of this season’s Serie A, and in November-December 2021. Parma won their last Serie A match (1-0 vs Como); the Ducali have only once gone two games unbeaten this season (two draws against Inter and Sassuolo between November and December) and have never kept back-to-back clean sheets.

Pomigliano have completed the fewest passes in the opponent’s half of the pitch this season (1131). The Campania team also have the worst percentage of successful passes in their own half of the pitch (78%), while the Ducali are sixth in this ranking (81%).

Paloma Lázaro scored one of her five Serie A braces against Pomigliano – her most recent in the competition, while playing for Roma, on 5 February 2022. The Campania outfit could become, after Verona (four), the second opponent Lazaro has scored over two goals against in the league. Michela Cambiaghi’s last scored more than goal in a Serie A game against Pomigliano – a double on 2 April 2022 while playing for Sassuolo. The forward is one of three Parma players (with Melania Martinovic and Arianna Acuti) with at least one goal and at least one assist in the current league (one goal and one assist).

Taty has scored four goals for Pomigliano in the current championship (at least twice as many as any other team-mate). One of these, her only header and her most recent, came in their game away to Parma on 22 October. Two of the four youngest players who have made 15 appearances in the first 15 games of this season play for Pomigliano: Angela Passeri (July 2004) and Sara Cetinja (April 2000). The other two players are Matilde Pavan (June 2004) and Caroline Pleidrup (December 2000).